Thai amulets gained tremendous popularity in the 1800s during the reign of King Rama V, but go back centuries. Tribal people probably wore or kept magical talismans, prior to the introduction of Buddhism as there are archaic images found in Thailand that are not Buddhist. When the Thai Kingdom evolved and Buddhism was introduced, the former practices were not erased, as is often the goal of major religions that seek to dominate past practices. Buddhism is tolerant, and most amulets with pre-Buddhist symbols have been made by monks. A talisman or amulet is believed to counteract bad events, illness, black magic, evil spirits or misfortune such as accidents or assault.
Tiny molded Buddha images were often buried in spires with the ashes of famous monks and Royal persons and the older ones have been excavated and used as powerful amulets. These days almost every Thai wears or keeps multiple amulets, sometimes having a large collection kept at home aside from those worn on necklaces and waist cords under the shirt and amulet collecting is a huge national Thai pastime.
Phra Somdej were created by Phra Buddhachan Toh Phromarangsi. Among devotees he is addressed as Somdej Toh or Archan Toh, he is one of the most beloved and famous Buddhist monks during Thailand's Rattanakosin period in Thailand ruled under King Rama. Somdej Toh started creating the very first batch of Phra Somdej amulets in B.
Phra Somdej is one of the Five Grand set of BenjaPakee as the leading amulet. Materials for making Phra Somdej amulets consist of :- Holy powder - Phong Vises, Shell lime from the sea, Assorted flowers from shine, Rice remains after consumption, Lotus flower, Banana rip, Ashes from incense urns, Holy water, Honey, Tang oil, Chanted sand, etc and chanted with great mass chanting ceremony.It is believe that the amulet will protects against evil spirits, harm, unknown danger and bring good luck to the wearer. Story Of Phra Nang Phaya. Phra Nang Phaya were created during of Ayutthaya era, Phitsanulok province. The major discovered are from Wat Nang Phaya around B.
The temple was said to be built for merits making to his Queen, the mother of King Naresuan, this amulet name was given by the Thai people as "Queen of Thai amulets". Nang Phaya is the second most famous amulet of BenjaPakee, the top 5 amulet in Thailand. Phra Nang Phaya are very famous for strong friendliness with attractiveness and respectful from all others, and provided power on charms and safe from all dangers.
Phra Rod are the most famous of all amulets of Lumphun province at Wat Mahawan first discovered during the earlier days in the Reign of King Rama 5. Phra Rod was created by hermits in that time. The name of "Phra Rod" came from the hermit name "Narata Ruesi" the hermit name was called "Narata" changes its name to "NaRod" in later time. Once people found this amulets at Wat Mahawan, they are being called "Phra Rod" instead of "NaRod" the oldest one are over 1250 years old.The Thai people regard this particular amulet as Buddha of Escape, they have superb power, especially for protection and safety from all dangers and disasters. Phra Somgor were first discovered on B. 2392 (1849) in Wat Phra Borommathat, Kamphaeng Phet province. The amulets were created in the era of King Phra Maha Dharmmaracha Lithai, the 5th king of Sukhothai. Phra Somgor is a mixture of Sukhothai-Lanka (Sri Lanka) style.
It form a sitting posture of a thumb shape. According to memorandum of Wat Phra Borommathat.
Phra Somgor amulets were made by 11 hermits "Phra Ruesi" using special materials and invited Devadas "Sanskrit origin" to create the molds. There is a slogan for Phra Somgor " If you have me, you will never get poor". Estimated to be made some 550 years ago. Story Of Phra Phong Supan.Phra Phong Supan were discovered on B. 2456 (1913) in Wat Phra Si Rattana Mahathat in SupanBuri province. Just a hundred kilometers away from Bangkok. According to a golden scripture found in the pagoda which described that Phra Phong Supan was created by Phra Mahathera PiyaThassi Saribut during the period of the 2nd. It has strong "U-thong" Golden Cot art style. Most unique of this amulets is the rear side having the thumb print of the creator. A superb Buddha amulets had all mighty protective power against weapon and bring good luck. It is the most powerful amulets forever.
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